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    Mar 14, 2005
    iMac G5 17", 1.8 Ghz, 1GB RAM
    Resizing the Finder Window
    Why is it that when I resize the Finder window, the objects inside do not move with it, thus making it harder to browse the files. Is this normal? If it is normal, is their a way to change it? Can I have the files inside move if I make the window bigger or smaller?

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    Hamilton College
    20" iMac C2D 2.16ghz, 13" MacBook 2.0ghz, 60gb iPod vid, 1gb nano
    Click View -> View Options

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    command - J

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    Feb 09, 2005
    MacBook Pro 13" | MacBook Pro 13" | Mac Mini 2GHz C2D
    another way i just found out in another thread is to command+j in the finder window. it brings up the same menu.

    btw, i keep wanting to call it the explorer window. GD microsoft, brainwashed me.

    El Jefe beat me to it. darn it.

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    THNX! I love this forum! :biohazard

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